Agnieszka Radwanska is not having one of her best seasons. The Polish player, who dropped to No. 10 in the WTA rankings, skipped several clay-courts tournaments and wasn't able to play a full grass-court season due to injuries, but now she seems to be well-shaped again.
'I had some problems with my health, tennis injury plus health, a lot of viruses', told WTA Insider Radwanska, who dropped off only one game to Timea Babos.
'At the moment I’m healthy and happy about that. I had so many breaks during the season, without preparation on clay, before grass, or even here.' Last 12 months were not easy for Radwanska, who admitted: 'I was losing so much weight, and it’s hard to get back to your 100% shape.
I couldn’t do much, but I did all I could do. Hopefully I will feel better and better, and more confident on court. Hopefully I won’t do any more damage at the end of the year, especially on all the hardcourt tournaments in a row.
I never wanted to miss too much, but at the end of the day, you end up having to skip weeks anyway to recover.' Radwanska had a good start of the year reaching Shenzhen quarter-finals and then Sydney final, but then she never went beyond quarters.